tv KRON 4 News Weekend KRON January 8, 2017 7:00am-10:01am PST
çááámartyáááñ[take vo]çááámax good morning and welcome to the kron 4 news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. here's a live look at our kron 4 tracker. as you can see we are getting slammed by rain everywhere. and it's going to continue throughout the day. and here is what the drive over the bay bridge looked like earlier this morning.slick roadway and strong winds across the span. we are expecting more of the same throughout the rest of the day. - and here is a live look at our
bridge cameras. as you can see all the roads on all the bridges are wet and slippery. and driving condtions are difficult. so be extra careful on the roads. we have team coverage across the bay area to help you get through the powerful storm. we have kron four's will tran in east bay. and kron four's terisa estacio is in the north bay. and we also have kron four meteorologists anny hong and dave spahr, who are both tracking the storm from the weather center. let's start with you anny. how much rain can we expect to see today. >> reporter: urges yellow's more moderate. fall everybody is getting a dose of this weather. he was happening now as we're seeing some pretty good cells coming through san francisco over the bridge and into these davis's where we're seeing the largest amount including lafayette in oakland. holes of walnut creek and office in line for san ramon dr. heyward union city is right now that all change for you tomorrow morning. and in the south bay widespread what rate across the south bay stanford redwood city also pacifica sambar note. and you
keep that in mind big is small hail so see it as thunderstorms. no. they also getting a lot arraign and trackman. sell coming through the towns and ballet. also seeing some really intense rain falls this is a bigger system coming through hit s.f. words rang now also talking about a flash flood watches warnings about the vote from the bay area since the entire bay area. and that goes until 1115 this morning so this is where we're saying flooding right now policy more those pop-
up today also talking about the winds expected to pick up as well drop morning and the high wind warning is still a fact this is for the areas you see it in the lavender color. much of the bay area we expect winds 20 to 30 m.p.h. and that sustained around 50 even 60 mi. per hour and get a watch l a for trees and power lines. tracking the chance for more rain today and for much of the week. >> reporter: a report delays with all that the sfo to hundreds of the six met because of the winds northport's of delays going on for: san jose
from the north a down note of from the south and moving toward the north with all this. some very mild air the before the cooler air holes on and with the front. o drive the winds we were speaking of another wave of grain moving through. it tapers off just about everyone in the east bay and that in the overnight hours a bigger break monday morning. we monitor all this this morning. >> marty:and our team coverage of the storm continues now in the north bay. that's where we find kron 4's terisa estacio. terisa, how are things looking out there for you?
>> reporter: they were talking up with the conditions you can see it is extremely windy out here and extremely wet. take a look behind me concede 121. it is shut down right now because of flooding there are about 2 ft. of water or deeper sections already further north chp is rescued to stir and drivers that they drove in a flooded sections of the road that happen in the windsor and reporting several areas of local flooding this is the first time ever but gates built the second 2015 after flooding caused widespread damage in 2005 marin there are reports of a downed tree power outages and we get reports about the extent of the outages and if
they've been able to restore shortly the bottom line this is a huge storm that is really slamming the area up here in north bay and chp other law- enforcement officials highly recommending people take it slow if you go out and if you need to go anywhere than just a plot. did you have to go out they say go to a 511 or state to dos. >> reporter: a live picture out here 116121 you can see the signs for yourself road closed flooded sections it is as yet here. dicey out here >> marty:thanks terisa, we'll check in back with you later. we now have more team coverage of today's storm in the east bay. that's where we find kron 4's will tran. will, how are things looking out there for you? >> : >> will: the east bay is getting heart hard. highway 24
westbound if you even drive the close to the speech didn't let me just say you're being foolish so much puddling on the roadway just coming here from fremont and it wasn't ready to bed and i left my house at around 530 in the morning. as you drive north particularly in my case and you will run into the heavy cells you can see all the water kickups we are being hit with a one-two punch in the there was a strong constant wind to aerobatics. you can see there are plenty of space between the cars even if you draft a little bit yet time to correct yourself the pick up as far as the gusty conditions. just take it easy right now it is coming down here in east bay.
>> marty:and make sure you have the free kron-4 mobile app to track the rain this week. be the first to know about severe traffic and weather in your area. we'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. it's available for both apple+ and android devices. and send us your video of today's storm using that kron 4 mobile app and we may put it on the air and on- line. in the east bay. 50 mile an hour winds toppled a tree that killed a woman was killed at a san ramon golf course. it happened yesterday morning at about 11. officials say the 20 foot tall tree uprooted because of the weather conditons. the woman, who was 56 years old, was taken to the hospital after she was hit.
she later died from her injuries. no one else was injured in what firefighters are calling a freak accident. and if you are in sonoma county, there is a flash flood advisor that will be in effect until 11:28 this morning. and there is a flash flood watch throughout the entire bay area this morning. it will remain in effect until this evening. happening now.the impact of all of the rain we have received is causing napa county flood control to close its flood gates for the frst time this season. take a look at this video. the napa county flood manager says the gates will prevent rising water from heading downstream. workers at riverpointe napa valley picked up wine country cottages and moved them away from the resort by the river. by saturday afternoon, 35 buildings were taken to higher ground. the gates will be closed sometime between 8 and 9 this morning. welcome back to kron four news weekend.
take a look at this video from the sierra nevadas from saturday. people who live in there are bracing for the heavy winter weather. this storm is expected to create the highest river levels in over a decade. here's a live look at our kron 4 radar. as you can see we have rain everywhere today. for more on today's rain, here is anny hong.
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kron >> reporter: the good news is we haven't seen as much rain and cordially expecting capet good news as we're watching the river is. it will start to pick up as we are seeing now they're quick mention of the winter storm watch of and the sierra talking up kirkwood it's really warm. khnum mostly it and the passes. a quick check of our radar lookit that a lot going on heavy rains out there some wins. and a flood warning just came and hot
off the presses. but del rio guadalupe not all men expressway near st. helena up. and and crossing 580 in berkeley. everyone got drenched on here a 80 also looking a very wet conditions all the way dr. hay word dublin in the south bay most of it is a light rain you can see in san jose sunnyvale east potto and also seeing some pretty good lightning strikes off the coast some more thunderstorms throughout the day sambar house and the tail all looking at what conditions. >> reporter: the north bay concede nevada out pretty heavy sell going through this is for
flooding for urban areas tough they to be up about. if you're able to stay home i would do that. high wind warning is in affect for today and much of the bay area you see here this includes those areas lavender. winds suspected arms for the $30 an hour. does the 60 we expected to be heavy at times the today today and winds up to about 30 house and our and also flooding. and we start to see minor flooding guadalupe rivers. and because of that we have heard in dave spar also giving us look ahead at the rest of the morning. hate
>> reporter: and then the so before the problems of as well lookit the mild air like you're feeling right now sometimes a little bit of a wedge budget and the mild air contracts of colder stuff upstream and scenarios coming across the continent. it really cold air behind it. and then after we leave you this morning in the afternoon and finally kind of a moderate showers through scattered showers and the afternoon somebody salvageable and then a good dry for the most part more morning for your commute looks good there. at the commute home might see the rain redevelop his potentially another dose
>> marty:the raiders, who were without several starters including m-v-p candiate derek carr faced an uphill battle in this one. third string rookie q-b, connor cook had a tall task ahead of him. win not only his 1st n-f-l start but his 1st playoff start against one of the best defenses in the n-f-l. and things got off to a rocky start. houston then took that pick and scored on this run by lamaar miller. then, with houston up 10 to nothing, oakland's jalen richard takes this punt 37 yards before being pushed out of bounds. oakland for a time had some life. later on, oakland's latavius murray takes it in from 2 yards
out to cut the texans lead to 3. p the raiders wouldn't score again until the 4th quarter as houston would go on to win this one easily by a final of 27 to 14. here's raiders head coach jack del rio after the game. it was clear the raiders missed derek carr in this one. p he is expected to make a full recovery from his broken fibula by next season. and happening today. the dubs will be taking on the kings in sacramento. here's an interesting note about this game. this will be the first game in n-b-a history to be streamed live entirely on facebook. but it will be streamed only in india. the kings owner, vivek ranadivé, is of indian decent. tonightgame tips off at 6:00.
else nature as ads or a man. and will and 20 sixth aground. the law perspective what warm sector in that called cold front for reason address on by today and get another dose of heavy rain and drifting north overnight. but it does the same thing drifting south colder air behind it we continue on with the rain. and let live " the feature cast a brussels story for you offs all that and the overnight hours. and we break into your commute tomorrow morning and then another dose expected for your commute home looks like by
that has been checked out for quite some time. and they've been warning drivers to slow down. make sure you will have your high beams on so that your not causing more problems for those people. we are also learning and napa further north of here '80s and they are going to be closing of the floodgates. it reported in 2015 in response to heavy flooding and the area of it with fervor going in and then causing extensive damage in downtown napa up.
>> will: and not too bad and what has stepped up the windy conditions resume and you can see the trees as well take a lot to shake the tree often the distance swaying back and forth to easy it there is a log hauling on the roadway especially when you get closer to the center divider. and heading from fremont to this area. take it easy if you're driving in close supply i think being a little bit slow >> will: it is not cold kills almost tropical rain had stopped for not definitely windy conditions are and now we only
>> marty:welcome back to kron four news weekend. take a look at this video on your screen. a winter storm dumped tons of snow along the eastern seaboard. this is video from providence, rhode island. the city has over a hundred trucks out on the roads in order to clean up the wintery conditions on the streets, and if you live in an area that is prone to heavy rain or flooding, thee are a number of places around the bay area where you can get sandbags. in the north bay. ou can find sandbags at the san rafael yard on lincoln avenue. grant corporation yard on chestnut road in redwood city is also offering sandbags. if you are in the east bay. you can pick up some up at the municipal service center on edgewater drive in oakland. and in the south bay. check out city central service yard on center road in san jose. for the full list of locations offering sandbags. go to kron4- dot-com. and if you are in sonoma county, there is a flash flood advisor that will be in effect until 11:28 this morning. and there is a flash flood watch throughout the entire bay area this morning. it will remain in effect until this evening. welcome back to kron four news weekend. here's a look at storm tracker four. wet weather continues to slam all across the board. as the storm is hitting the bay area. president obama will give his farewell adress to the nation tuesday night. >> marty:and thousands of people braved the winter cold to get free tickets. despite freezing chicago temperatures, people stood in line for hours. all in hopes of receving a free tickets to the farewell adress. tickets were given out 8:00 in the morning saturday. this on a first come, first serve basis. despite the chaos, many say it was worth the wait.
some who were lucky enough to get tickets are already trying to sell them online, even though they're not supposed to. listings started showing up on sites like craigslist. some asking for as much as five thousand dollars per ticket. live look outside. san mateo bridge. here's a live look at our kron 4 radar. as you can see we have rain everywhere today.
>> reporter: around the bay area sustained winds at 2830 m.p.h. this morning the ground is continuing to be even more saturated any strong gusts the power lines had not we can track the storm definitely tracking some heavy rain after the bay area you see the yellows and the north bay. and the so that we're watching it will be a very wet morning for you fremont also
looking at what conditions the south bay tracking moderate rate as well as san jose. >> reporter: what all across the bay area this morning we were talking out winds look at the wind gusts were nursing strong wind gusts and nevada and pacific to scott 35 vote and a 43. >> reporter: then the flash flooding is happening now and areas like cerros the runner part. this continues sullivan 16 this morning clash flood warning
is not affect at least the next few hours saying is turnaround don't drown. flash flood watch continues and decatur the green here some flooding for parts of the bay area and the higher elevations and the lower elevations. and santa cruz mountains ... potentially like 10 in. maybe close to a foot of rain. high wind warning is enough sex until 3:00 p.m. today >> reporter: the highest wind gust around 50 to 60 hours per hour. and then the possibility of downed trees and power lines. and moving forward to hearing will be heavy at times seem that right now thunderstorms' possible the radar has been picking up a lightning strikes
up the coast this morning. and also watching today it will most likely be a snap of guadalupe river is a very stormy day bus stay indoors avoid dealing with a flooded roads possibility of more downed trees and power lines look at what looks like for the wide perspective out very warm sector of this wedge fighting the same atmosphere. that would drive someone's heavy rain this afternoon and consult the feature cast we did have a dose, from the south all last night to reach the north may not will go the other direction.
>> reporter: in and around the noon hour or so with heavier rain. that continues with moderate showers in the early afternoon portion it should start to go open it and turn the scattered showers over and over night. it's not the time for the ground to release process solve this may have more flooding problems pouncing. let us take the happens with the dose of heavy rain and the front. a behind the front office will be cooler when the afternoon as the conceit and they start to win by that point advisories' tie and warning evidence so forth so as we go into tomorrow looks like a little bit of a slight uptick with the wind on that tuesday
it. indelicate your extended forecasts and just a bit >> marty: 160 blaw of oil and of the injury reports it and nora ports on the extent of the damage stay with us for more on this breaking news coverage. >> marty:the s-u-v then veered toward the officer and the family, but came to a stop before strking anyone. no one was injured. +
heavy downpours and trust us sing fremont right now and try. also attracting some pretty good rain coming through just north lost data heavy rain coming through as well and also white ran across san francisco bay area when we come back and take a look more at the forecasts and about the flooding and when concerns >> reporter: smarting we have some massive flooding breaking news story about that story ahead.
good morning and welcome to the kron 4 news weekend. i'm marty gonzalez. here's a live look at our kron 4 tracker. as you can see we are getting slammed by rain everywhere. and it's going to continue throughout the day. and here is what thedrive over the bay bridge looked like earlier this morning.slick roadway and strong winds across the span. we are expecting more of the same throughout the rest of the day. and here is a live look at our bridge cameras. as you can see all the roads on all the bridges are wet and slippery. and driving condtions are difficult. so be extra careful on the roads. we have team coverage across the bay area to help you get through the powerful storm.
we have kron four's will tran in east bay. nd kron four's terisa estacio is in the north bay. and we also have kron four meteorologists anny hong and dave spahr, who are both tracking the storm from the weather center. let's start with you anny. how much rain can we expect to see today. >> reporter: across the entire bay area we got less than expected may be around one to two winches across the debate it is what this morning and generally seen the light rain with heavy rain still impacting parts of the east bay approaching oakland still here. and old dry spot in fremont and definitely what double in livermore and also attracting light to moderate range sallows 8 mountainview and woodside. sematech also looking at some out whether and also little dry spot here and just south of san francisco. also in the north bay
area you are seeing some very wet roads out there is. it is well for you impanel lamotte also and marin county all reporting some very wet conditions. we still have a lot of moisture behind this and all this still has yet to head on land. except a very wet day today also attracting some pretty strong wind gusts out there we're seeing gusts over 40 m.p.h. and nevada sen francisco have mandate all coming from the south can 43 mountain view 29 in concord livermore 31 mi. an hour agency flash flood warning is happening right balance of these some county >> reporter: this goes: 15 this morning if you do come across a flooded road way remember the
saying its turnaround to don't drown a flash flood watch is enough next so late this evening for the entire bay area highlighted in that green and what this means is we're expecting rain up to 8 in. possible for the higher elevations and for the lower elevations and inches of rain for the senate cruzan's also the winds high wind warning verify with high winds. we have winds continue run 30 mi. an hour. and then gus will be up to 60 mi. an hour power outages and then high wind warning continues of 3:00 p.m.. very active day >> reporter: a really tough day to get out and and. right now no
delays reported for oakland san jose if that changes will you'll be sure to let you know a check of what to expect for the rest of the day today. >> reporter: temporary as this goes to war front drives more heavy rain and heavy winds expected until late morning after noon hours before it turns into moderate. and then we got to the future castor and click the dose of rain we're talking about you can see highlighted in yellow and some of the oranges darker greens that's the more moderate rain that will linger for much of the afternoon. until late tonight but a break into tomorrow morning and may actually see the sun poked out a bit not long lasting because
caricom's. by monday night for your commute. and into the '60s actually dropping so far this morning in the north bay specifically sonoma we find it teresa storm continues now in the norththat's where we find kron 4'sterisa, how are things looking out there for you? >> reporter: behind me when 16, when 21. one old one to windsor all shut down. and now doing some rescue some people the stranded reuter part also
>> reporter: that is an eyewitness account to how bad it is out here. in the chp make sure you know your route before you do have out if you head out the and all about. we are right here at this intersection you can see behind me all the signs by caltrans for clothes flooded that is the name of the game this morning here.
we now have more team coverage of today's storm in the east that's where we find kron 4's will, how are things looking out >> will: >> will: unseat hauberk it has gotten from 7 38:00 has and darker in the water off the roadway as well all the water that's being kept to the carter a high and the driver. i'd say if you draw the speed limit right now being quite foolish to easy. we're being hit with a
units in the space of the cars take easy you concede this is the west contruction and barely make out the trees often the distance the rienzi concede hounding in that area as we head closer to memoranda and for the berkeley area. >> marty:and make sure you have the free kron-4 mobile app to track the rain this week. severe traffic and weather in your area. fitwe'll keep you updated through breaking news push alerts. pit's available for both apple and android devices. and send us your video of today's storm using that kron 4 mobile app and we may put it on the air and on- line. in the east bay. 50 mile an hour winds toppled a tree that killed a woman was killed at a san ramon golf course. it happened yesterday morning at about 11. officials say the 20 foot tall
tree uprooted because of the weather conditons. the woman, who was 56 years old, was taken to the hospital after she was hit. she later died from her injuries. no one else was injured in what firefighters are calling a freak accident. and if you are in sonoma county, there is a flash flood advisor that will be in effect until 11:28 this morning. and there is a flash flood watch throughout the entire bay area this morning. it will remain in effect until this evening. happening now.the impact of all of the rain we have received is causing napa county flood control to close its flood gates for the first time this seaso. take a look at this video. the napa county flood manager says the gates will prevent rising water from heading downstream. workers at riverpointe napa valley picked up wine country cottages and moved them away from the resort by the river. by saturday afternoon, 35 buildings were taken to higher ground. the gates will be closed sometime between 8 and 9 this morning. welcome back to kron four news weekend. take a look at this video from
the sierra nevadas from saturday. people who live in there are bracing for the heavy winter weather. pthis storm is expected to creae the highest river levels in over a decade. here's a live look at our kron 4 radar. as you can see we have rain everywhere today. for more on today's rain, here is anny hong. more heavy rain. somewhat drier weather is expected for the remainder of the week. to do the best for your pet, you should know more about the food you choose. with beyond, you have a natural pet food that goes beyond telling ingredients to showing where they come from. beyond assuming the source is safe... to knowing it is. beyond asking for trust... to earning it. because, honestly, our pets deserve it. beyond. natural pet food. not to be focusingo finaon my moderatepe.
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looks like the rain and will probably change over really late tonight. and also expecting some snow and the wednesday 3 to 7 ft. possible. we had back to that in the next couple days. widespread rain. and oakland's still the case right now very heavy rain for parts of the east bay out toward san ramon as
well. getting a little bit of a break in fremont. most of the location still very wet. on a one to a very wet south san francisco a pretty good selling coming through. including iran and panama. also looking at some very wet conditions. fairly dynamic system. some thunderstorms erupt morning after an hour's. maybe even some hail. and flash flood warning.
the areas you see and read it sadder rose up petaluma what this means is we see flooding now as we see traces and airports there as this continues to 1115 this morning. south east cinema county and then again you come across a flooded road. livermore seen 31 mi. an hour and 36 nevada. everybody in this
is what we have the high wind warning in effect a 3:00 this afternoon >> reporter: what the saturated ground right now and stronger winds we have a lot tougher down trees power outages and we continue for much of the day today thunderstorms possible plea to 3:00 this afternoon sell-off also see urban flooding likely in the north bay and also washing servers especially not but what appears. those rivers today are the first ones to probably put get flood stage and see some minor flooding around those rivers today we
heard was happening in mountains rain and melting snow opposing an extra problem of the rain that's happening by flooding because the melting snow >> reporter: temporary telephone moves through this little boy scenario that we are in warm air sector overnight of heavy rains in this kind of setup sometimes the cooler air behind it and on the continent we a lot colder air coming and and a different hysteria watching for tornadoes and so forth. and then the east
>> marty: 01700 customers without power and then without power also owe over nearly 200 customers on the peninsula without power as well carried this all from pg&e. and that we continue to track the numbers can get them to you as they become available. >> marty: shooters on blues and severance dollar officer a call streets the shooting happened around four friday morning when officers responded to a dispute between residents in the ocean view nieghborhood. police say a confrontation lead
>> will: ' >> reporter: of your photo looks at that one of the tree branches there fell onto his car at boston at the windshield and cause damage. not he a good with a starter sunday but indicative of what's happening already seen lots of storm damage reports and try you thought the morning hours. white will >> reporter: widespread rain and look at what's behind more heading this
way especially this one right here and tracking some very foggy conditions but for parts of the east bay you can see the areas of yellow. seen some and bedded mounds of heavy rain coming through south of all need a more moderate downpour. heavy rains bills after a word. and in the sixth lady also in the south bay very wet conditions for san jose and mountain view would side san mateo very wet for 280 and be careful it's really coming down for the several hours here. the approaching redwood city shortly carry for downpours in that area right now. and for south san francisco office differences go very what for you under generally light rain this morning. heavy sub going through right now we're seeing light
moderate rain come to panama hunter marine and up north into san rose up. wider view you see a band of heavy rain right here off the coast and generally the storm is moving it from that direction self into the northeast and it looks like we will see some more heavy rain impact the bay area potentially with the peninsula and also maybe even south bay >> reporter: the big question is how this atmosphere is setting up a chisel little bit we might and might shift load to the south peninsula and san jose so treking good witness 46 nevada when gus 44 announce and francisco at 36 nevada 46 mi. per hour and half in and day. we are tracking delays the sfo. no
delays reported for oakland said jose. and a look at what to expect fluoresce the dates today the week and is with dave. >> reporter: moving from south no. what you saw the passage of the from heavy running shoes just talking about the peninsula brings heavier rain through 1130 around noon next couple of hours we may get heavier rain for the peninsula down to the south bay as well and of course the north bay as well seen flooding into latter afternoon in the rain does go moderate to push our event. >> reporter: for the evening
commute it goes back up again and tuesday morning it looks like more heavy to moderate rain to make note of. rain and winds week notice and temperatures falling throughout the day today and that as the front starts to move through. >> will: it as a combination of people to move your camera on this direction cars are going so fast cutting it a face with a good steady rainfall. and all the water being kicked up by the rain in front of other cars the concede his careful a lot of puddling and we zoom in the hillside you can see the winds
swaying some trees back-and- forth is itself out in very much in the study portion of the morning and you can see we a lot of rainfall the deal with and also wrote the little bit harder than others at times hepatic no doubt we're getting hit. >> marty: all close also u.s. won a one no. on this shutdown wednesday because of flooding
teresa has been telling us throughout the morning also reports available cars stuck on the flooded highway so real treacherous situation in many parts the bay area stay with us here with from coverage all morning long. flash flood warning in effect until all of and 15 this morning also flash flood watch for the entire bay area this morning but will remain in effect all day and into the evening. it gives you an idea of how bad things are in some spots. macsharry of the free kron 4 mobile application any storm hits the bay area severe traffic in your area we keep you updated through breaking news pushed alerts will both apple enjoyed devices also send us your rainy day pictures through the application will agree on the air and on line.
and watch the flex. ms. douglas photo as well treat the to the home we zealotries falling into cars this morning busting out windshields been a very stormy afternoon and damage all across the bay area and we're getting reports from all across the east bay as well it is raining all across the bay area. but a quick tour here more moderate rain falling it still in the oakland area of south of lafayette and also very what reports of hayward album of a dry spot tracking some light rain for areas across rambert and also san jose and mountain view as well. looks like the peninsula for the most part and fairly wet including san mateo and also to 80 is very wet summer downpours come along there this morning
and be very careful in the fiesta drive-in i would not be surprised if you're going to be seen some kind on the roadways be careful and also seeing some south san francisco when daly city also in south san francisco the north by getting hammered and this is where we will see some higher rainfall rates. this is coming down good whether your marin up in about petaluma this morning up in napa as well. a water law concede the big question kier and worries that hemispheric river going to be setting up. and just off the coast probably in pecs and francisco and also the east bay over the next few hours here. right now looking at the latest models it sees that that atmospheric will further solve an initially anticipated. >> reporter: even the south today getting more rain expected not quite out of the woods yet and flash flood warning has been
posted for the areas he see in red for santa rosa petaluma this continues until 1115 this morning and this means that we're seeing flooding south east and a county in places like santa rosa run a park and impacted and has been impacted once again if you do come across a flooded road way saying goes turnaround don't round your one a try and cross it. flash flood watch remains an affect the rest of the bay area highlighted in green including san francisco east bay shoreline and also a san jose here this means we're expecting to 4 in. of rain for the lower elevations 10 in. maybe almost a foot in the sector's balance. leguin's yes it is windy out there we they've been getting stronger a last few hours. 44 mi. an hour in san francisco 46 half moon bay 31 in livermore 33 oakland and upset this is where we seek more heavy wind gusts
right now. this is why we a high wind warning in effect until 3:00 p.m.. and just get hire up to 60 m.p.h. special in the high elevations what this means we have a lot tougher down trees and will last couple of days making sure access to a flash flood watch. and >> reporter: so tracking some very stormy conditions not just today but may be for the wheat years rest of your forecast . , a we have and the wedge mild air talked-about temperature is actually falling today in that cluster of brain ioc panel of making a beeline looks like for the peninsula got going this morning in the future
tests were assessed in a commentary. it makes a traverse are across the peninsula and the east bay as well. and moves it makes his way across the east as well the timing of that would be about 12 1/4 as one more thinking until finely and mixes out a little bit into a moderate rain for the afternoon with the heavy stuff and then as a going to tonight the rain looks like it will start to settle down a little bit and some light at the end of the tunnel but more rain yet to come talking more about that as well. >> marty: 7 people displaced after tree fell on to an apartment in san francisco there you see the photos it's been happening shortly after 730 this morning and the 160 block of the brookdale avenue in the city. no injuries reported fortunately it's in our report on the extensive the damage there but you see just the size of that tree we continue to update the story for you thought the
lighter view of. the nevada 0. house on wilson avenue and probably causing some damage on the roof. and definitely seeing close and storm damage. over the next several hours of some really heavy rain impacting san jose the peninsula. talking about that in just a moment where it's raining right now and the right here off the coast coming through the bay area of the next couple of hours. impact in replaces lead marin and san francisco.
>> reporter: more heavy rains on a 80 oakland. yellow but this morning. marla conditions what in san jose and concerned about the south bay it looks like the models are shifting atmosphere river were all the rain is and heading toward the south a potentially and the peninsula that system one model. could cause a lot of problems toward redwood city heading toward a u- 2 and see some more heavy rain coming this way there's a heavy rain approaching the north bay in the mill valley also to bronze sausalito and bury it what for you here in the next few minutes and then you can see farther north palo must taros also seen some very wet conditions. we have all this rain has yet to impact the bay
area and bring us more wet weather flash flooding is issued until 1115 in these areas. southeastern some county happening now santa rosa runner park turnaround in doubt ground. an effect for the entire bay area to 4 in. generally for the higher elevations of the 2 in. and sacristans. and with gusts up to 20 in stronger getting stronger and stronger and now almost 50 mi. an hour here at asset about 45 and about. >> reporter: as wind gusted up almost 60 m.p.h. the high wind warning in effect 03 p.m. advisers often in the afternoon and this is what we're watching.
south korea and need to be prepared store ready. >> reporter: north east and then also writing a long to move to bring this out of here. cooler sector everything a model say eventually will happen. and this is what we're talking about in the peninsula and driving the front as it moves with those winds heavy rain with and behind it cooler all little bit less drier air with all this will help out and the late tonight early tomorrow morning. it looks pretty good for your commute. tomorrow another dose comes our way for what looks like your commute home on monday by
tuesday evening as well and in the next eight hours in the rain and winds down we go all but the fog. we monitor all this this morning. >> reporter: only that and and nevada we step away so you can see up close right off of the efforts and exit in about three you can see about 3 ft. according to nevada firefighter that goes right into an rv park out here. at the rv park and visit their concern the don't want anyone at least two dozen
cars just going past the tires. >> reporter: you were saying that you felt more comfortable this morning because the rv park is higher and it has a higher elevation which beholding on because the so windy. you only live out here for six months correct. even things was to happen to you. had no idea. and tell me what a fire
>> reporter: and where is your car now. part of a higher ground? part of it over here at a corvette. heard from a lot of fire and they tell me with all of the feet of water over here that all want anyone going down there socle people unnecessarily wiser from your perspective? >> reporter: lee need a pair of water boots.
until the waters drained away >> will: incoming down hard the last 15 minutes apart as the we obscene all morning. a little pond in action and then driving rain looks like from the left of your screen. it is coming down and caught it right now we're hearing and possibly an accident on the east on correctional high 24 couple emergency vehicles as well and we will try to move to it and you can see how the rain is coming down from right to laugh. and just appalling that is going on will get the wheels of particular.
all water been kicked out right now take it easy this is a lafayette west bound as you're looking at. and not just in certain lines all lanes. back to >> marty: looks treacherous from both reports and also from the report and the east bay obviously take it easy it you have a head out. a jury of the free mobile location track the storm to the first note about severe traffic weather in your area keep you updated with breaking news pushed alerts as well available apple and troy devices. >> reporter: coming down in the north space center fell north of mill valley it looks like we're seeing some more moderate heavy rain coming down for you pouring. more details on the storm we're covering across the bay area tracking the winds and avalanche warnings self like
down through fremont and 80 if you have to be held in this dry very slowly hydroplaning and scars spelling out the south bay attracting some rain and concern he later adds today it looks like the models are shifting a little bit farther south korean heavy rain in the peninsula and the sultanate. and now not too bad it definitely have some light rain from redwood city and stanford pola so and a little salt from a more moderate rain going through also wrote some pockets of more heavy rain out toward daly city and also in san francisco. and this is a big heavy system cell coming through. and making its way on shore over the next few hours. the time that on the future cast
>> reporter: 49 in san francisco. 45 also in nevada out. watch out for down trees and power lines and even thunderstorms a possible guadalupe river is where those are more of the first witness expected to reach flood stage today. and the rest the storm tracking. >> reporter: if you have had to go the east bay. art by 12:00
flooding across the bay area and shot like this some really heavy rain that's coming on short impacting more in san francisco also parts of the peninsula. even the south bay get ready for that it will be coming down in sheets pretty soon here. out toward hercules and the richmond area. some from conquered what creek. 61883 a 80 also in fremont holding on the mark late moderate rain this morning. in the mountain view and 280 also getting a poor or last few getting some cells here now and in san francisco. yes hydroplaning a big concern for the roads and water view but
that it will be coming down in sheets. be indoors if you can. essentially driving not only will be heavy rain but also some strong winds visibility will be taught what to talk about a flash flood warning in effect at the north bay and the 1115 this morning that means we're seeing right now afford to recount these arrows of broader park and can't emphasize enough chp it called again can't hit very very dangerous right now we get wind gust a very strong or last couple hours almost 50 all our wind gusts 45 have monday 45 also win the lotto 36 in santa
rosa wind advisory warnings affectless afternoon and we do have delays at sfo at about 4 1/2 hours. it's tough getting it there and the house of this. the temperatures falling through snow melting >> reporter: the will become black ice and some locations by tomorrow morning at heading back remember my it be nice trips to the cool air behind it over the course of today the future tests with heavy rains on the clocker so for the east bay doubt the salt they peninsulas. also portions of the north bay looks
like to. on balance the cantata about moderate rain than turning to shower event. then a break it looks like overnight into tomorrow morning and turning on the rain off entirely all the great monday morning commute. the monday night more rain and also tuesday morning commute kind of sloppy as it turns back to a forecast next hours your house it shakes down temperatures fall as it passes over the front wall bring winds and more updates for you just a bit. continue >> marty: maintain coverage of the storm by going to the east bay or will train is station along highway 24 and lafayette. >> will: the police's causing all kinds a synopsis is been very busy all day slammed from the backside and the leader injuries, tow truck driver is at the scene to remove the car this
happened around 830 in the morning. happening on the road with a cloud cover lots of treacherous driving all over the the bay area at. all morning racing from one accident to the other. not even try to go the speed limit state and many are going the speed limit possibly even faster. advising you to do that today quite foolish because what it's a very well outside to you could run into some puddles and cause you spin out. at exactly sure what caused this accident but they say more than likely the drivers were going too fast for the conditions. >> marty: as the massive storm continues to hit. from the no. 8
runner park also some flooding and situations that this difficult period could cause additional problems for folks in middletown not the preseason power outages fallen trees and more due to the storm and we continue to cover this for you up to the situation throughout the morning and also on our website kron4news-dot-com which real the mobile location the track the storm. and also you know about the store traffic and weather in your area we keep you updated through push alerts for you it's available for both devices. and also continue to send in " pictures and also use it to the application will put them on the air en on line. we
will be giving you the latest information on the storm. reporting from the buyout and flared up road that will lead to a mobile home park. about 3 ft. of water. and just off one a one. the main concern roads blocked off you want people to drive through a make matters worse. >> reporter: we might lead to
history of falling so with the high tides heavy rain acropolis level water and just a little bit higher. and they didn't realize it will be a double emmy. but headwind us out here answered embracing each other. the wind's been backed up that cause a lot tree limbs that the fall. they've had a ceiling collapse of the minor resident injured. it brings the power lines upper setting corporate close to power lines and the trees. wind and rain
>> reporter: genie is aware we're asking people to go to our web site for updates with information or not exactly sure but we've been talking of flash flood warnings in effect all kinds of problems and said no mop. q. as a dozen people to stay put right now? >> reporter: told them that several days atmosphere when the weather. other so sandbags to get out there just in case.
>> reporter: storm system this area of moderate heavy rain is now on shore in the north bay he concedes now approaching 01 it will be tough driving bucket that this rule heavy rain 2 in. per hour also tracking this to be impacting and approaching mill valley. get ready if your mill valley and then it looks like in the east bay so tracking north of marin also wrote martina's and concord. dr. lafayette now oakland has been seeing some pretty good cells come through and also just on the sultanate. it's really intense here for parts of the san francisco area and also in the north. several cisco also getting in on some heavy rain. san jose not seeing too much
dislike it across the wood side and the peninsula some detail. we might get more rain in the south bay that initially anticipated. toward half moon bay is in coming down good but that is pretty close to a daily city. all down in sheets here. then much of the bay area and behind that system a little more rain as well. and then it starts to calm things down a little bit blocks can be concerned about a flash flood warning now and affect 1115. flooding is happening now. some accounts see what we're talking about in santa rosa. and then can emphasize that enough people talking about with the officials flash flood watch and the it bay area and then highlighted in the grain talking 4 in. of rain for
the higher elevations up to 10 in. in the senate cruz mountains. right now it is still cloudy. 50 mi. an hour wind gusts here in the last hour 40 half monday 39 in nevada and watch out for more of the downed trees. and also high wind warning in effect when adviser goes to 3:00 p.m.. across the bay area we see gossip the 60 mi. an hour. yes and more down trees on our possible and more power outage. tracking more rain had this way and we get that look at the important feature cast a morning trade >> reporter: i hear she was been showing you all this the strom insult to see just about a slam and the peninsula north bay. this is probably the outline we were talking about also with the front everything southwest's northeast moving right along the front it is out to see the big temperature changer also driving
some those last-minute wins. the cluster of rain hit this afternoon. heavy rain will then be in the east bay down the south bay and covering portions of the peninsula by that point it should start subsiding and the north bay sampras's go. the killing in the afternoon it turns into a shower of then week and put it to rest a little while tamara morning my given to the sun poked a little bit. more rain tomorrow evening and the feature cast winds that when the rain will come with winds. and it repeats an afternoon hours with the passage. in the backside of things after sunset tonight. also put page until
>> reporter: 7 francisco and more moderate heavy rain eased a rich and out toward interstate 80 and also oakland again the flash flood warning is in effect until 1115. east of sonoma county again turnaround and also kron 4. kron4news-dot-com of war coverage and are faced a page we will see their about three çáááannyáááñ [cg :copyright live][cg :copyright]
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